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Christmas lights on tall skinny trees.
This is our house fully lit for the Festival of Light (Deepawali)which is celebrated every year in India in the month of October/ November. One can celebrate it decorating the whole house , once in
drowning in the worldly aspect of it, we can be the light of joy and knowledge. Lamps are lit on this day not just to decorate homes, but also to communicate this profound truth. Every human being has some good qualities. Every lamp that you light is symbolic of this. By lighti
Lights in an unusual way, not really Southwestern though
Cool way to light a large bush.
a while with such lights or just light it up with simple earthen oil lamps or candles. The festival is the celebration of victory of good over the evil. For an oil lamp to burn, the wick has to be in the oil, yet out of the oil. If the wick is drowned in oil, it cannot bring light. Life is like the
“Christmas” — tinyblacktoy
like the lights design in the bush
really cool outdoor landscape, very serene
I love the lighting aspect of this space
Not sure about the implementation of the lights here, bu I like the idea
don't forget to light those plants for added creativity
Like the lights on the tree on the right side
The lighting of the Murals, the lone ivy covered pillar, and the tree queen of the night. The sky is sapphire blue : very beautiful indeed
“Not sure about the implementation of the lights here, bu I like the idea” — xepht
outdoor lighting
christmas decorations
adding lighting to trees
holiday decorations...christmas lights...string lights...Love the lights...green lighting?...Back yard lights...green light bulb
“Check out elephants” — lindavb
Like the way the lights are swagged over the carport. Thinking of our corner fence, could use 3 different length light strands; 25, 50, and 100 to swag
christmas decorations
holiday decorations...outdoor lighting...christmas lights...string lights
“for Rudy” — credere
Vivid Design Group
1 Review
South Austin Porch
Screened porch, with outdoor living and dining area.
I am looking for a commercial grade, permanent string light setup for my patio like this. Having a tough time getting the right product.
Where are those hanging lights from?
I do outdoor lighting systems and I would love to be able to utilize the hanging lights as seen in
Are the outdoor lights strung along a metal cable?
Our lighting supplier gets these from American Lighting.. Hope that helps!
What was used to hold up the lights
string lights in a grid pattern
fairy lights in a grid pattern over the courtyard area
Dining room light and string lights
Strung lights - from American lighting
reminds me of a thought in decorating, would work
Hung in a grid pattern, outdoor string lighting can create the illusion of a courtyard.
“Super cool home” — scottishgypsy
Shannon Malone
Was an answer ever posted about where to buy the light fixture? LOVE
Thank you Becky for sharing the info!!! Love this idea for an outdoor setting.
Hi there, someone made a similar one and explained how here: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/590584/How-did-you-make-those-bottle-lights-
ooo! I love the bottle lights!
A fixture made from bottles, old or new, absolutely nails my thesis that lighting makes or breaks a room. It’s hard to imagine anything that would dress and serve this outdoor table better than this bottle-happy chandelier.
“Very simple” — 3301bannon
Backyard Bath House
water hose supplies water to the tub. A bamboo privacy screen can be lowered in the front and a vintage lye soap box is transformed into an ambient light fixture for atmospheric night soaking. Towel hooks, river rock and a simple cedar deck complete the spa-like experience. Photo, design and construction
transformed into an ambient light fixture for atmospheric night soaking. Towel hooks, river rock and a simple cedar deck complete the spa-like experience.
and an outdoor bathing area, why not! and combine with outdoor shower
Outdoor tub. Less maintenance and space that a jacuzzi
gravelDecorative river rockPlumbing — $475 (including hired labor):Hose rated for hot waterFaucet to control flow at the tub (mounted on a cedar stake)Faucet to control water at the side of the houseOverflow corksABS drain pipeClaw-foot tubLight fixture — $50:Soap crateStrand of Christmas lightsExtension
“bath house with old bathtub” — rtraley
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Lights on the tree trunk look lovely.
like twinkle lights and tub outside
Wouldn't that be a cute outdoor shower.
to add an outdoor bath to your garden, it also makes sense from a design point of view in this case, as the old claw-foot bath suits the traditional architecture of the house and its beach location. Fairy lights in the tree and an old log for a side table add to the charm of this outdoor area.
“The couple created a backyard bathing oasis with a salvaged claw-foot tub.” — Julie Mahle
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